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Senior Pastor

Location:
Snellville, Georgia, United States
Salary:
$50,000.00 to $75, 000.00
Posted:
December 05, 2017

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Jethro F Hill Jr.DD. Resume

**** ******* ***** **., ********** GA 30039

Home: 678-***-**** – ac3lq9@r.postjobfree.com

Summary

OBJECTIVE: To secure a position that allows me to utilize my experience and education.

Highlights

Certified Security Officer

Skilled in conflict resolution

Staffing and scheduling

Dependable

CPR and Child CPR Training

Investigative procedure

Natural Leader

Business Plan Development

USMC Disabled Veteran

Certifications

FEMA – Federal Emergency Management Institute

Special Events Contingency Planning for Public Safety Agencies IS-00015.a

Fundamentals of Emergency Management IS-00230.a

Emergency Planning IS-00235

Leadership & Influence IS-00240

Decision Making & Problem Solving IS-00241

Developing and Management Volunteers IS 00244

NDMS Federal Coordinating Center Operations IS-01900

Education

Pursuing degree in Criminal Justice/Homeland Security – 2014

Kaplan University

Criminal Justice, Sociology and Psychology

Develop critical thinking skills and an understanding for the need to apply these skills broadly to all aspects of life.

Know the major theories and research findings in the field of psychology and how they apply to human behavior.

Demonstrate knowledge of the ethical practice of scientific inquiry within the field of psychology and learn how to conduct, analyze, and evaluate such research.

Learn to effectively communicate within the discourse of the discipline.

Demonstrate preparation for the work place or advanced study.

Develop critical thinking skills and an understanding for the need to apply these skills broadly to all aspects of life.

Demonstrate an understanding of human relationships, social process and institutions.

Demonstrate an understanding of the nature of, causes of and extent of social phenomena.

Know the major theories and research findings in the field of sociology and how they apply to social behavior.

Demonstrate the ability to research, analyze and write about issues sociologically.

Learn to write and orally present research findings.

Develop an understanding of the criminal justice system and its components.

The capacity to critically evaluate ethical arguments regarding criminal justice policy decisions.

Develop an understanding how human diversity impacts the criminal justice system and criminal justice policy decisions.

Knowledge of criminological theory and its impact on the criminal justice system and criminal justice policy decisions.

Develop the ability to research, analyze, and write about criminal justice issues.

Develop the ability to effectively communicate with others and express ideas orally.

To enhance students’ experiences and allow them to make informed career decisions.

Homeland Security

Emergency Management Planning and Operations

Disaster Response

Public Health

Incident Command Systems

Cyber/Border/ Transportation/Health Securities

Trade Industry

Policy and Legal Dimensions of National Security

Geography

Domestic and Foreign Policy

Evolution of World Terrorism

Government

Political Parties

Ethical Leadership, Management and Decision Making

Public Health

Economics

Civics

Communication and Situational Awareness

Professionalism and Leadership

Career Planning

Gwinnett Technical College 2006-2008

5150 Sugarloaf Parkway, Lawrenceville, Georgia 30047

(Early Childhood Education)/(Commercial Photography)

Analyzed critical, current trends and issues in the early childhood field.

Compared and contrast funding sources.

Identified evidence-based practices, curriculum, environments, teaching models, and technologies,

Understand the importance of relationships in young children’s lives and the benefits, barriers, skills and data needed to develop culturally competent, collaborative partnerships and teams with children, families, other professionals, and organizations.

Discussed state and federal rules standards, guidelines, and regulations.

Conduct current research and evidence-based practices to early childhood program policy and practice.

Explain the role and responsibilities of personnel in an early childhood setting.

Identify, observe, screen and assess techniques and demonstrate competencies in observation techniques, synthesis, and analysis.

Recognize importance of self-reflection, communication, leadership and advocacy skills.

Articulate one’s own professional philosophy of quality inclusive early care and education.

Experience

Walden Security – Atlanta, GA

Security Officer – November 2016 – Present

Monitor the entire facility with CCTV while simultaneously performing dispatch duties.

Protect clients and their tenants and properties.

Fill out supervisor reports.

Allied Barton Security Services – Atlanta, GA

Security Officer/Supervisor - October 2004 to 2016

Recommend improvements in security systems and procedures.

Monitor the entire facility with CCTV while simultaneously performing dispatch duties.

Protect clients and their tenants and properties.

Fill out supervisor reports.

Assist security offices in their daily tasks.

Prepared overall security plans and managed security operations of organization, including assignments and staffing.

Contributed to investigations of property loss, thefts and criminal activities.

Provides timely reports to firm Management.

Manages all security costs through financial analysis.

Maintained and conducted routine checkup of several sites in firm; analyzed failures.

Monitored performance of security units installed in firm.

Researched market constantly to gain knowledge of latest trends in security system implementation and possible security threats.

Recommended installations of new/ latest security systems or a possible up-gradation in existing systems.

Conducted annual research on crime risk analysis.

ASK (Athletes Supporting Kids) - Atlanta GA.,

House Parent/Counselor -1994*1996

Handled daily operation of household such as but not limited to planning meals, purchasing groceries, supervising/assisting cleanliness of house, and getting the mail daily from mailbox.

Implementation of devotions at mealtime and accompany (or designate someone else to) residents to a weekly worship service.

Assigned household chores to residents and observe their completion (personal, weekly, and extra chores). Administer random bedroom checks and final room check before residents are discharged.

Transported residents on outings and to some medical, WIC, and social service appointments. accompany each minor resident to above appointments.

Coordinate evening menus and cooks giving basic instruction on food planning/preparation.

Attended weekly staff meetings (at least one Houseparent). reviewing the status and progress of each woman. submitting Weekly Checklist for each resident to Program Director from prior week at meeting.

Planned and implemented family outings (shopping, community events, etc.); post on activity calendar.

Be a supportive and loving parent figure.

Worked with counselors regarding the father of the baby’s involvement and monitor residents’ visitors.

Screened all materials brought in by residents at intake and ongoing (i.e. books, music, magazines, videos, etc.) especially sexually explicit or satanic influences. Consult with staff when necessary.

Maintained discipline structure and carry out as agreed upon by staff. Document infraction and discipline administered on the Weekly Checklist. Rebukes are to build character, not to control!

Supervised the R.A. and designate responsibilities. Help teach volunteers house structure/rules.

Completed “Weekly Checklists” and also documenting pertinent information as necessary, including incident reports, phone log for minors, visitors, and transportation log for each woman.

Assisted people who come to our door in obtaining donations from P.C. storage garages.

Accepted P.C. donations from individuals; document in binder and give them receipt if they desire.

Facilitated weekly house meetings (going over house issues/rules and meal-planning).

Conducted monthly fire drills.

Created staff schedule monthly (rotate on-duty weekends w/ R.A/volunteers). assisting in finding volunteers when necessary.

Reported necessary maintenance issues (house or van). Bring van in regularly for oil changes.

Checked for curfew to make sure doors are locked, lights off, alarm set, and commons area clean before bedtime.

Integratec Services, LLC - October 1988 to 1993

Atlanta, GA

Account Manager, Collections, Customer Service

Leadership: An experienced team leader

Influencing, leading, and delegating abilities

Ability to initiate/manage cross-functional teams and multi-disciplinary projects.

Critical thinking, decision making and problem-solving skills.

Planning and organizing – Organizational abilities

Result oriented: Ability to achieve the target within given time

Excellence Communication skills.

Negotiating skills

Conflict resolution.

Adaptability – Efficient under pressure, always meet deadlines

Analyze customer accounts to determine whether it is considered delinquent

Prepare and send notifications of payments past due

Assist customers in finding a way to meet financial obligations without getting further behind

Place phones calls to customers to remind them of payments and account balance

Prepare delinquent account reports for management

Reviewed information given by clients of customers with overdue accounts

Placed phone calls sent invoices or emailed customers to remind them of account contracts payments due dates and amount owed

Filed customer information according to urgency of account

Provided information to collection agencies when all other avenues have been pursued

Christ's Christian Ministries Center - Snellville, GA

Senior Pastor - March 2007 to Current

Responsible to the church to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ, to teach the biblical revelation, to engage in pastoral care ministries, and to provide oversight of all areas of church life and the ministerial staff.

Leads the church to understand, embrace, and accomplish its mission to make disciples both locally and globally through Christ's Christian Center Ministries' vision of engaging Christ followers in worship, community, and ministry.

Participate in the planning of worship services and events and equip staff and lay leaders to successfully coordinate those services and events.

Oversee and lead outreach and pastoral care efforts, including biblical counseling, performing weddings and conducting funeral services.

Oversee staff development and ensure that ministerial staff has the resources necessary to fulfill their duties and responsibilities.

Serve as the primary leader of Christ's Christian Center Ministries and together with the Leadership Team and Ministerial Staff is responsible for our success. works with the ministerial staff to set forth both vision and direction for Christ's Christian Center Ministries. works with the Leadership Team and Ministerial Staff to ensure our relevance to the community, the accomplishment of our mission and vision, and accountability to our diverse membership.

Able to effectively organize and facilitate church and administration activities, trips, mission outreach programs, and fundraisers for the youth.

• Possesses excellent communication and interpersonal skills, proficient in recruiting and leading volunteers and members for the Student Ministry, and in building and enhancing growth of youth groups.

World Christianship Ministries University

Christian Education Ministerial Counseling – 2007

Doctor Divinity - Degree

Dedicated and goal-oriented professional with valuable experience in carrying out pastoral care responsibilities and highly proficient in developing and leading comprehensive youth ministry programs based on the Church’s key values and mission statement. Dynamic and proactive leader, effective in providing leadership and direction to students and volunteers, inspires and supports members to function at their highest level. Personable and motivational communicator with strong behavioral management techniques, able to develop an exceptional rapport with all members of the church community.History and Cultural Development of Church Music, Religious World Views, Organizational Leadership, Community Outreach & Relations, Program Development, Fundraising, Networking, Event Planning & Management, Administration

World Changers Ministries School of Ministry

Christian Education Ministerial Counseling – 1994

Bachelor of Science – Degree

Dedicated and goal-oriented professional with valuable experience in carrying out pastoral care responsibilities and highly proficient in developing and leading comprehensive youth ministry programs based on the Church’s key values and mission statement. Dynamic and proactive leader, effective in providing leadership and direction to students and volunteers, inspires and supports members to function at their highest level. Personable and motivational communicator with strong behavioral management techniques, able to develop an exceptional rapport with all members of the church community.

Atlanta Union Carpenter Training School

Atlanta GA. 1995-1998

Construction drawings

* Building codes and building layout

* Lumber, building materials, and fasteners

* Floor, wall, stair, and roof framing

* Finishing floors and ceilings

REFERENCES Bernard Bradshaw – Georgia State Patrol

2500 Rockbridge Road SW

Stone Mountain, GA

404-***-****

Bishop Gary Hawkins Sr.

2500 Rockbridge Road SW

Stone Mountain, GA

770-***-****

Pastor Reginald Ezell

P.O. Box 81399

Conyers, GA 30013

770-***-****

Pastor Creflo A. Dollar Jr.

2500 Burdett Road

College Park, GA.

770-***-****



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